Unless you’ve been living on Planet Zog, you will be aware that the ‘greatest show on earth’ is about to get under way.
That will be the London Olympics when the drama, agony and ecstasy starts on July 27.
Athletes, including several from Northern Ireland, have been working towards their individual goals for years.
The eyes of the sporting world will be on London and in the coming years we want to have extraordinary Olympic events videoed in the mind forever.
Give us something special to remember as we continue to celebrate Mary Peters’ golden moment in the pentathlon at the 1972 Olympics in Munich.
And when you think of the Olympics, you think of the event people will be looking forward to most — the 100 metres final.
Unfortunately, there is a genuine fear that the race could be remembered for all the wrong reasons.
Can you imagine if Jamaican star Usain Bolt was disqualified from the final for one false start?
It’s a very real possibility as Bolt suffered that fate in August last year at the World Championships in Daegu.
The rule is grossly unfair and must go. The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) must get rid of it.
Do we want to remember the London Olympics for a crazy moment such as this?